Angry Butterfly wrote:Is it so wrong that I'm voting for the porn star? I like her ideas on gun control.
PJ wrote:Angry Butterfly wrote:Is it so wrong that I'm voting for the porn star? I like her ideas on gun control.
Her proposed "porn for pistols" trade-in program? Count me out. I like both. Besides, not even I can ever hope to consume all the porn that's available for free on the Internet--so who needs to hand over their pistol to get more porn? (I will grant, however, it might be best to at least set the pistol aside while making use of the porn.)
I'm kind of worried about people who use guns and porn at the same time!
I grew up in northern Michigan, and it *seemed* like every year some hunter would get killed and there would be alcohol involved.
Angry Butterfly wrote:Isn't a gun that has something wrong with it more dangerous as far as it going off when it's not supposed to and such?
Angry Butterfly wrote:A lot of them were illegal models and illegal modifications too, and very few were registered, it seemed like a good thing to get them off the streets to me. I wish ProJo Archives would work so I could show you, I have it open in another window right now.
III wrote:fyi - it is only illegal to purchase one of those weapons. you are allowed to continue to posess them if you owned them before the law went into effect. at least, i hope to hell so...
III wrote:>Why register them though?
cause i wanna be able to use em in public. if they ever run around confiscating em, i think mine will have just recently moved to nevada.
PJ wrote:Per these numbers: http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=s&u=/electionresults/static it was more than 10%. A landslide, really, especially considering the pre-election poll statistics. Ditto the "recall or not" question.
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